Friday, January 6th Scoring Summaries
BOYS VARSITY BOWLING
Wauseon 2399, Tinora 2205
The Indians rolled into 2017 with the win over the Rams. Nicolas Kearney was on fire for Wauseon with games of 247 and 279. Quincy Rohda also broke the 200 mark in two consecutive games rolling games of 212 and 204.
GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL
Swanton 50, Delta 44
Two evenly matched teams tipped off in the NWOAL season with a close game throughout. The Bulldogs (7-4, 1-0) hit on 38% of their three-point tries to help them gain the win. S. Taylor and H. Nelson led Swanton with 18 points and 17 points respectively. The Panthers (7-3, 0-1) had three players in double figures as Hayley Callahan led with 16 while Maddie Mattimore added 13 and Abby Freeman finished with 12.
Montpelier 40, Edon 37
Two three pointers during fourth quarter action led the Locomotives (2-6, 1-3) to the BBC win. Laurn Cooley paced Montpelier with 13 points while Landri Mckelvey and Jaelyn Lyons added eight points apiece. Edon (1-9, 1-4) was led by a pair of eight point performances by Shalyn Mason and Hanna Fogel.
Stryker 60, Fayette 21
The Panthers (9-1, 5-0) dominated play from the opening tip on way to their BBC victory. Taylor Haines made good on four three pointers and led Stryker with 18 points. Haley Doehrmann added 16 points for the winners. Fayette (0-11, 0-5) were led by Jennaya Hibbard with seven points and Mataya Rufenecht with six points.
North Central 50, Hilltop 34
The Eagles (4-8, 4-2) cleared their bench as every player contributed to their 50-point total. Leading the way was Alyssa Swank finishing with 15 points. MaKayla Hayes and Kelsey Brew added eight points apiece. Felicity Jackson led the Cadets (3-8, 3-3) with 12 points.
Archbold 39, Evergreen 35
Two of the NWOAL’s top defenses met to start the league season and the battle lasted all four quarters. The Bluestreaks (11-0, 1-0) built a 33-24 lead after three quarters but the Vikings (5-4, 0-1) won the fourth quarter 11-6 in an effort to gain the win. Archbold’s best shooter, Kierstyn Repp, was held to just 13 points in the win matching Evergreen’s top scorer Lexie Shipman. The basket of the game came with :58 seconds left when Archbold’s Morgan Miller, who finished with eight points, fought inside for two points to make it a two possession game for the Vikings.
GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
Edon 29, Montpelier 18
The Locomotives scored 10 of their 18 points in the first quarter to break out to an early lead. But after that it was all Edon. The Bombers took a 17-11 half-time lead and led the rest of the way. A. Howard led the Bombers with 11 points while Tory Steffes scored six points to lead Montpelier.
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